Petrobras orders subsea trees from FMC

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Petrobras has ordered 32 subsea trees at a cost of $125 million from FMC. This is the remaining equipment covered in a frame agreement announced in 2010. Deliveries are to begin in 2013.

"We have been a key supplier to Petrobras for decades and have delivered over 300 subsea trees for their projects in Brazil," said John Gremp, FMC's president and CEO. "Today's announcement, as well as our recent investments in a Technology Center and other facility expansions in Brazil, strengthens our support of Petrobras and their offshore programs."

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